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Zombie People

by on October 4, 2013

For this weekend’s Trifecta challenge, we’re supposed to write 33 words that tells what happens after this illustration. So I asked my muse what would have happened. And, well….

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Photo credit: Dan Duford at poisonedplayground.com

 

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“Oh creature of the undead! Speak to me!”

“Yyyyyyy….”

“Why? Why have I raised you? What dark sorcery compelled me to disturb your slumber?

“Mmmmm….seeeeee…..aaaaaaa…..”

“You have got to be kidding.”

 

 

 

 

 

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9 Comments
  1. Draug419 permalink

    OOOOOOOOHHHHHH

    That took me a couple of reads. I had to say it out loud xD Hilarious!

  2. ‘Mmmmm….seeeeee…..aaaaaaa….’ now that’s a frightening thought! I loved your take on the prompt, made me smile.

  3. Your muse is quirky…I like that 🙂

  4. Took me a second (it’s been a long day) – very nicely done!

  5. It’s fun to stay! Aprilwinchell.com has a CANTONESE version that is really well done and flipping hilarious

  6. Lance permalink

    I saw it coming and I still loved it. ha, well done, you.

  7. Hahahaha! Oh man, I love this. Thanks for linking up.

  8. Hahaha. Village People will never die!

  9. What the actual hell, Michael? I almost spit out my pop, that was hilarious…

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